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Reno sex offender information
by Tribune Staff
Oct 15, 2012 | 2657 views | 1 1 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
RENO — The Regional Sex Offender Notification Unit (RSONU) is informing the general public of informational matters related to a Tier III (High Risk) Sex Offender.

Charles Irwin Jackson, 49, has been assessed as a Tier III Offender by the State of Nevada Sex Offender Registry. He has notified the Reno Police Department that he will be residing in the 300 block of East Grove Street, and is not employed. Jackson is in compliance with all sex offender laws, and is not wanted by law enforcement. Jackson is currently being supervised by the State of Nevada, Department of Public Safety, Division of Parole and Probation.  You may contact them at 684-2300 for more information.

Additional information on this offender, in addition to other moderate and high risk offenders in the State of Nevada, is available at or at
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Vicki Henry
August 17, 2013
The irony of this process is that when a state goes AWA compliant many of the non-violent folks who have a lower risk assessment are put into Tier III. Make no mistake that is by design. They are also on a public "hit list" and so are their family members living at that residence. In July the Parker family was savagely stabbed and shot to death by a skinhead couple who found his name and address on the registry. Mrs. Parker was not the "target" but just happened to be home. When arrested the guy had the name and address of his next victim who they planned to murder two days later.

Our organization, Women Against Registry, advocates for the 3,000,000 wives, mothers, children, girlfriends, aunts, grandmothers and other loved ones who experience the collateral damage of being harassed, children beaten, homes set on fire, asked to leave their church, signs placed in their yards by an over zealous sheriff, flyers distributed in their neighborhoods and many other things.

The thing that we want the media, legislators and law makers to be held accountable for is doing all the things they do in the name of child safety when they have been provided studies and statistics indicating the recidivism rate of 5.3% for another sexual offense by a registrant and ignoring the studies indicating the other 90-95% of sexual offenses come from within the family, acquaintances or those having access to the children and it is never reported. If you really want to make kids safe then start a dialog of ways to protect themselves, speak-up when someone makes them uncomfortable and things that parents need to be cautious about.

Vicki Henry

Women Against Registry dot com
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